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Write the equation of the line that is parallel to the line 3x - y = -3 and passes through the point (4, -2).
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Firstly, if it's a parallel line what should be its slope ?
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Okey we can write lines either two forms:
ax^2+bx+c or y = mx+n
In first form the slope will be -a/b and in second form m is the slope.
If we organize the equation we get
So slope should be 3.
Sorry it shoul be 3x=y-3 in second step
so how do you find the answer to the problem?
Okey moving on we found that the slope should be 3.
So as I said before you can write a line like
y=3x+n because we know the slope but we don't know what exact line is.
It says line passes through the point (4,-2)
It should be true for our line
4 is x and -2 is y (x,y)
The line is y=3x-14